"You’ve been running under the Invincea umbrella for some time now " This seems to make more sense when you look at the following on Lifetime licenses:Sandboxie fans have no need to be concerned by its new ownership. You’ve been running under the Invincea umbrella for some time now and we have been working with Sandboxie Founder, Ronen Tzur, to ensure a smooth transition to new ownership. We will grow Sandboxie’s user base and continue to support and enhance the Sandboxie solution.
Seems to me that if those of us who use SBIE have been doing so "under the Invincea umbrella for quite some time now",that Invincea may have had something to do with no more Lifetime Licenses.As far as honoring Lifetime licenses ,I would lean toward "No".To ensure future growth of Sandboxie, the licensing model shifts today from a lifetime licensing model to an annual licensing model.
Licenses issued in the past which did not include an expiration date will remain without expiration date, and may be used on more than one computer, per past licensing terms.
All new licenses issued starting today will expire in one year after initial activation of the product key, and are limited to one computer per one product key.
Makes one wonder as to the future of SBIE as we know it.Sandboxie has been an early pioneer in Windows Containment with a global deployment of hundreds of thousands of users and over 1,000 firms trusting it to secure its endpoints. Adding Sandboxie to Invincea’s portfolio was a strategic move to expand our business globally, to address the small and individual market, and provide a pathway for Sandboxie fans to an enterprise ready solution –Invincea FreeSpace™.